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Immerse yourself in living history and come face to face with the heroes of the past at The Fusilier Museum in Bury, Lancashire
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Fusilier Museum Sep 13
The latest update about our new exhibition! We have one medal still missing. Can you help track it down? We believe it was sold via a private sale in June 1986 through an auction house but was in South Africa previously.
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Warth Mills Project Sep 12
Last few days to see the Warth Mills Project exhibition at . Closes on 21 September. Exciting news about the permanent memorial coming soon....
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Military History Monthly Aug 21
The has launched an international appeal to find a missing Victoria Cross (VC) medal. The missing medal belonged to Lieutenant Colonel Bertram Best-Dunkley. If you can help, please contact Sarah Stevenson on 0161 763 8962 or sarah.stevenson@fusiliermuseum.com.
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Fusilier Museum Aug 14
Tomorrow we'll me making spoon puppets in our family friendly craft activity. Pop in from 10.30am - 12.30pm
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First Fusiliers Aug 12
Most followers of our proud Regimental heritage are aware of the ‘six VCs before breakfast’ at in 1915, but perhaps not the remaining 12 VCs awarded to Lancashire Fusiliers 1914-1918. #18
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Warth Mills Project Aug 10
Join us on Saturday at for our final talk. explores the connection between Warth Mills and the SS Arandora Star, torpedoed on 2 July 1940. Thanks to and previous venues , , .
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Fusilier Museum Aug 2
Can The Telegraph run an article to help us find the last Victoria Cross for our exhibition? We have 17 of the 18 and have exhausted all avenues to find the last (Best-Dunkley) medal.
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Warth Mills Project Aug 1
Lots of little Kurt Schwitters at ! Thanks to all who came down.
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Fusilier Museum Jul 30
Fusiliers:Moments in Time - a new art exhibition to commemorate 50 years of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers is now open. Thanks to for working with us on such a fabulous exhibition.
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Annette Mckay Jul 29
Congratulations to Siobhan Lewis on a magnificent display at The Fusiliers museum Bury. Abbie is very proud of you.
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Fusilier Museum Jul 29
The museum and cafe are open today for the Minden Day Commemorations. Pop in and see us!
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Fusilier Museum Jul 28
Reminder the cafe is closed today for staff training. Open tomorrow for Minden Day Commemorations.
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Fusilier Museum Jul 26
So sorry but the cafe will be closed on Saturday for essential staff training. We will be open on Sunday 29th for the Minden Day Commemorations. Sorry for any inconvenience caused!
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Fusilier Museum Jul 26
Wow they look fabulous! Let me speak to my collections officer about this and i'll get back to you. Thanks for thinking of us!
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Fusilier Museum Jul 17
It's nearly the school summer holidays! We've got lots of craft activities planned to keep the little ones entertained
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Fusilier Museum Jul 17
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Warth Mills Project Jul 14
No3. Hellmuth Weissenborn / Fusilier Museum Hellmuth was fired from Leipzig Academy after marrying a Jewish woman. A printmaker, he made one of the few images of Warth Internment Camp that exists. Later, he illustrated childrens books. Thanks to
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Fusilier Museum Jul 13
We love this picture!Still a few bronze and silver sponsorship opportunities for this exciting exhibition which starts soon.
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RGP Architects Jul 6
RGP are supporting @pheonixchev with her artworks in the exhibition later this month Bury. We are asking for people to follow our lead and support a great cause! See email below:
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Warth Mills Project Jul 11
Deborah Jaffé's father Friedel was a German Jewish refugee who'd managed to find work nr Manchester when he was arrested and interned. Watch her tell his story. Thanks to , . Exhibition at in Bury until 21 Sept.
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